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Friday May 24, 2019. 09:31 AM
A new way to ease your path to a digital transformation Sponsored webcast As applications grow increasingly numerous and complex, it becomes ever harder for organisations to maintain service delivery and ensure good security.…
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Employees kicking down the doors? Happens all the time, guv On Call It's Friday! And Friday means beer, bacon and basking in the glow of another's misfortune thanks to The Register's regular On Call column.…
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At 13,620 kilograms, it's the heaviest payload yet for the Elon Musk-run biz Updated SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket could be lobbing 60 Starlink satellites, the company's heaviest payload yet, this Thursday evening.…
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Perceptics confirms intrusion and theft, stays quiet on details Exclusive The maker of vehicle license plate readers used extensively by the US government and cities to identify and track citizens and immigrants has been hacked. Its internal files were pilfered, and are...
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Warning: It's creepy AF – and your pic is next Video AI code can breathe life into portrait paintings, photos of dead celebrities, and your Facebook selfies, transforming single still images into moving and talking heads.…
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Social ad biz details effort to cleanse community Analysis Just as the US Environmental Protection Agency allows up to 9 mg of rodent waste per kilogram of wheat and 0.15 μg/m3 of lead in the air over three months, Facebook expects toxic content will always be a part of its ...
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Thursday May 23, 2019. 11:51 PM
Prosecutors try to paint a line between journos and internet dump lord in case with significant free speech implications Julian Assange has been formally accused by the US government of breaking the Espionage Act, expanding the legal case against him and raising significant...
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Privacy slip allegations dog US cellular network giants... while FCC twiddles its thumbs A bounty hunter was able to get the live location of a number of different individuals from American cellphone networks through a single phone call, it is claimed.…
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Part-timers needed The British Army's psyops unit 77 Brigade is still falling short of recruiting targets, despite cyber skills being bigged up repeatedly by the military and government.…
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Looking for flash, private cloud and public cloud data services to bump up revenues NetApp reported quarterly revenues that were weaker than expected last night – reduced by feeble sales across flash arrays, OEM and EMEA.…
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Pre-tax profits up 459% but 'geopolitical uncertainties' aren't lost on PC maker Despite growing political tensions engulfing some Chinese tech firms, Lenovo managed to get back in the black after peddling higher-spec PCs and cutting losses in its data centre and smartphone...
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NATO's getting in on the action too British ministers are stepping up their rhetoric on cyber warfare, with £22m to be splurged on embiggening an 'offensive hacking' unit as Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt vowed to retaliate against Russian cyber-attacks.…
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Source code, pipelines and boiling frogs Interview While many cloudy companies aim for four nines of uptime, it was four ones for GitLab today as the source shack celebrated the release of version 11.11 with a chat with The Register.…
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Haul included employee passports, driving licences, bank statements and more The third-party mailbox used by Computacenter employees and contractors to deposit data for security clearance applications has been hacked and used in phishing scams.…
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Addressing the pro-horticulture/anti-nerdiculture bias Stob When the BBC announced a rejig at Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time, Stob hoped for a much more radical change of format than a mere replacement head composter.…
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Matched funds for open source developers, plus new features for enterprise accounts GitHub has acquired Dependabot, a tool that helps developers avoid introducing security issues via bugs in open-source libraries.…
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What on Earth are you playing at, Microsoft? Column The future often arrives looking like an expensive toy. From the first microcomputer to the latest self-piloting drone, these 'toys' hide a larger truth: they're the canvas upon which our imagination plays, as we dream up...
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It’s not just a hosted version of the database, says the CEO Datastax Accelerate DataStax, the business built around the Apache Cassandra open source database, is creating a new system-as-a-cloud service using the platform.…
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You probably won't ever get to go to space – but your name can NASA is giving you the chance to send your name off into space.…
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When the agenda goes up, the tickets do too... Event Whether your serverless ambitions are AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, or Google Cloud focused, you should really join us at Serverless Computing London in November.…
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